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house spokes person dana perino said, it's a sign that detroit continues to adopt and evolve and address the change in consumer tastes and attitudes. and i think that they're adapting well. that was seven months before president obama took the oath of office. the wheels were in motion. the wheels of bankruptcy were already in motion for the entire automobile industry, and there were no takers. general motors had cut 71,000 jobs since 2008. general motors had lost more than $54 billion since 2005. now, on november 18th, just several months after that quote from dana perino, mitt romney wrote infamously in the detroit free press, let detroit go bankrupt. in other words, let them die. the engine, one of the biggest engines of the united states economy was told, you're on your own. get out of here. the republicans still can't decide what they want to this day. ryan actually wanted the president to micromanage a plant that closed before he took office. at the same time, romney and other republicans wanted to liquidate the entire industry. >> it could have gone back more effectively and sooner
, showers, buffalo, pittsburgh, louisville, detroit. wintry mix this evening in northern minnesota and wisconsin. >> it's louisville. >> there you go. >> 68 in detroit. 78 in baltimore. headed next week with my girlfriend. >> 80 in new orleans. >> new orleans. >> all right. >> marine experts in massachusetts have a very big job on their hand and we do mean gigantic. take a look at this enormous creature, washed ashore in cape cod, a rare leatherback sea turtle. 7 feet long. more than 600 pound. the turtle was rescued and transferred tour of the new england aquarium. >> the stach ff says the turtle joined weight at 600 pound. and lethargic. hoping to nurse him back soon. >> the largest of the sea creatures. and the driest. >> most lethargic at the moment. >> i do not want to be the turtle. >> no. >> coming up. what our friend and colleague, robin roberts has to say about the well-wishes and prayers. >> later, tim tebow's next move. not thaw you didn't hear it all from john. moves from football to political arena. you are watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now"
themselves rich by taking money from the city of droit detroit. now the former mayor and three others, including his dad, are on trial for corruption. our legal guys will be weighing in on this case. >>> and you can continue watching cnn from your mobile phone. you can also watch cnn live from your laptop anywhere you go. just go to cnn.com/tv. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. yeah, you -- you know, everything can cost upwards of...[ whistles ] i did not want to think about that. relax, relax, relax. look at me, look at me. three words, dad -- e-trade financial consultants. so i can just go talk to 'em? just walk right in and talk to 'em. dude, those guys are pros. they'll hook you up with a solid plan. they'll -- wa-- wa-- wait a minute. bobby? bobby! what are you
on the united states -- the attempted bombing in times square, the underwear bombing on the flight into detroit -- that we have to be more vigilant and there has to be more surveillance and there has to beat more guarding of the united states and the homeland. guest: i think we have to be careful but i don't buy colesville surveillance of and -- i don't think wholesale surveillance is affected. it does not decrease -- it does not increase our national security to do this. it threatens it. when communities feel under siege, they closed down and don't communicate. when the oklahoma city was blown up, police did not monitor other communities around the country. we think that is not acceptable to take one individual who has committed a crime and say the group that he comes from is somehow culpable and you have to crack down on them. there would have been a nationwide outcry if that had happened after timothy mcveigh. that is what has happened with the arab american community in this country. host: you talk about the growth of the program "democracy now." what change has there been in the focus for
. 800 jobs were being lost a month. the housing market was in shambles. detroit was on the road to ruin. when president obama stepped into office, and he pulled our economy back from the brink. today there is only one person with the plan to return this country to prosperity, president barack obama. we are committed to his reelection. we are here at in charlotte to make sure president obama returns to the white house. we are here in charlotte to take back of the house of representatives and elect a stronger majority in the senate. we are here in charlotte to say with one voice that we will never stop fighting for the middle class. across the country, millions of working families know that we cannot go back to the failed republican economic policies of the past. we have to move forward. we know the democratic party is the oldest political party in the world but also the world's most forward looking. ours is the party of inclusion. the party of understanding. a party that believes this nation at drawls its strength from diversity. it values from is a middle- class. we believe that regardl
. >>> well, former detroit mayor kwame kilpatrick faces the music today. he and three others go on trial in federal court charged with using the mayor's office to enrich themselves. kilpatrick resigned his office back in 2008 because of another scandal that sent him to prison for 14 months. this trial could last four months and send him behind bars for a decade if he's convicted. >>> 16 members of an amish community in ohio have been convicted for hate crimes in a bizarre series of hair and beard-cutting attacks. federal prosecutors say that sam mullet and his followers aimed to humiliate victims over religious differences. the defendants never denied the attacks. but said they stemmed from a family feud. sentencing is scheduled for january. >> mullet, a classic last name. >> a muller, not mullet. >> florida convenience store. you might say he got a round of beer on the house. the knife-wielding man, he reached over the counter, yanked a wad of cash from the register. but he didn't get far. look at this. the clerk just grabbing a four-pack of beer, and just whipping the cans at the thief
to finding the watts company, elroy worked for governor john engler of michigan. he, like me, is from detroit michigan and is a graduate of moorehouse college. thank you, elroy. [applause] >> next, albert sanders jr. come on down. albert sanders jr. is counsel to the united states committee on the judiciary. he's a principal legal and policies adviser, the assistant majority leader to senator deck durbin from illinois, chairs the committee on constitution, civil rights and human rights. he offers counsel on issues ranking from privacy, finances reform and he was named to the luke's 21 under 40 list. mr. sanders earned his become a. in political science from moorehouse college in 2001, there after, completed a certificate at wharton business school, while getting his law degree from the university of pennsylvania, where he was president of the path in 2004. he's a member of the state bar of california and the district of columbia bar. [applause] >> andre d. washington, senior sociology major from hinesville, georgia, who currently serves as the 81st student association government president for
of staff of the house leadership conference. he is from detroit, michigan, and a graduate of morehouse college. thank you. next, robert sanders jr. he is counsel to the united states committee on the judiciary. he is of principal policy advisor to senator dick durbin of illinois. he chairs the committee on civil rights and human rights. he offers council on issues ranging from cyber security to campaign finance reform and civil rights. he was recently named on the 40 under 40 list. he earned his b.a. in political science from morehouse college in 2001. thereafter, he completed study at wharton business school, getting a law degree from the university of pennsylvania, where he was president in 2004. he is a member of the bar. [applause] 'sanre -- anre washington is the student government association president of morehouse college. he is a passionate advocate for all students. one of his goals is achieving 100% voter registration on the college campus. he also has a focus on increasing student safety through partnerships with the atlanta city council, and the atlanta police department.
motors. yes, what i don't understand, in spite of that he was willing to let detroit go you bankrupt. i don't think he's a bad guy. i don't think he is a bad guy. i'm sure he grew up loving cars as much as i did. what i don't understand and i don't think he understood, i don't think he understood that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just auto workers. i think he saw it the bain way. i mean it sincerely. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and writeoffs. the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits, but it's not the way to lead our country from the highest office. [cheers and applause] >> when things hung in the balance, when things hung in the balance, literally when things hung in the balance, the president understood this was a lot more than the automobile industry. this was about restoring america's pride. he understood. he understood in his gut what it would mean to leave a million people without hope or work if he didn't act. and he also knew -- he also knew, he understood the message it would have sent around
for t and saving detroit and ending the war. all these things there is a tremendous record of accomplishment that people sort of glossed over in their eagerness to talk about the mood. and people will focus on those issues and the choice that we face in this election because the two candidates and two parties could not be more different. >> poll after poll have told us [inaudible] and what would you say is the undecided voters right now, are the three basic differences between the democratic party and the republican party? >> well, i would say that the democratic party is really on the side of families and working families. it's certainly on the side of women. and i think it's positions on children and education a long-term investment in the future of this country are the president has been incredibily strong on that with the race to the top and early childhood education. and i think in foreign policy he has kept us safe and ended the war in iraq and i think that really as the first lady was talking about, we have gotten to know him. and i think has demonstrated the charact
.and to they play tonight? >> they're at home against colorado's. >> the 8--the a's are going to detroit. now, you have the detroit, the yankees all fighting for playoffs. and i tell you that if the a's get through this. let us see, they have 10 games. if they have seven victories they deserve to get in. >> with to of a wild-card spots and usc is 13.. now, i can tell my neighbor where they are ranked? >> it is terrible, i do not give a moment's peace. they always want statistics. and everybody asks what is the weather from the weather person? or i get referred to as the weather person from kron 4? [laughter] 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all
and implode, let detroit go bankrupt. the president had another four-letter word -- or four-word statement, not on my watch. one guy who said i want to give tax cuts to the best and well-off in our country, another president -- a different view, the president, i'm going to make sure kids who start going to college get tax credits and support so they can go to college. one person who said when it came to homeowners who were struggling to hold on, middle class who were trying to hold onto their home, let it bottom other. another view, by president obama, which was no we're going to help you try to refinance to hold onto your home. those are clear distinctions of philosophy. the president clearly understands the frustration the american people feel. "a," that the economy is not moving to the pace and the ability that it needs to. and he is working on that because his economy focussed on the middle class. "b," they are very frustrated with washington. and the determination of some to tear down policies rather than try to build up this country. and that to me is where the frustration is, both o
detroit should go bankrupt, you're going to hear about ending the war in iraq, he's going to say that thing about every american getting their fair shot and playing by the rules. if you're a fan, a fan enough to go to a speech like this, you likely know what you're going to hear in broad strokes. today, today on the campaign trail, there was this moment in ohio where the crowd totally thought that president obama was going somewhere that he was not actually going. they started to audibly react as if he was talking about something that they pretty clearly really wanted him to talk about. but he was not going where they thought he was. listen. >> now, there was one person at governor romney's convention last week who wasn't entirely on script. no, no -- >> no, no. the crowd is sort of half booing and half starting to applaud. and a lillal excitement that president obama is about to talk about the off skrift guy from last week, right? he's going to talk about this clint eastwood thing, but that's not what the president is about to do at all. behold an ortorical letdown in ohio. >> t
? >> caller: hey, jim, how are you? big detroit boo-yah to you. >> man, detroit real estate coming back boo-yah back at you. what is going on? >> caller: >>> i've got a question about pfizer. you said about doing your homework. i noticed i've been reading that are going to split off their division. and i wonder if fiezer is a buy right now? >> yes, i think it is. i think pfizer can go up over time on that. it's a very good stock. i also like a lot of big pharma. now don't forget, celgene is really one of my favorites in the group, and that's good great, as well as gilead. let's go to jack in florida. jack? >> caller: yes, opk health. >> we had fill frost on the company. not been a big performer down 10%. i want bill frost on the show before i hit the bye button because there is just too much heat around this small cap stock. and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the "lightning round"! [ buzzer ] >> the "lightning round" is sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> coming up, bull in a china shop? with china all but written off, is it time to take the other side of the trade? cramer tur
's worked for ford at this parts plant outside detroit for 16 years. he's a member of the united auto workers union, but he thinks giving unions more power by changing the state constitution is a bad idea. especially in a state with high unemployment that's trying to attract newbusinesses. >> no corporation's going to want to come to michigan. it's going to guarantee an adverse aerial relationship right from the minute they come into the state. >> vote yes. >> reporter: both sides are getting support from outside the state, flooding the airways with commercials. >> don't let them hijack our constitution. >> reporter: dawson bell has been covering michigan politics for the "detroit free press" for 30 years. he thinks that after losing in wisconsin, the pressure is on unions. >> the labor movement recognizes that they need a win in michigan really badly, and on the other hand, if they don't get it, it's going to send a very, very strong signal. so everybody, you know, everybody who's got a dog in this fight anywhere in the country is interested in the outcome here. >> company i work for
, you can point out the front and it is still a long way from us. it's just south of detroit right over indianapolis just north of st. louis. notice how it's getting that east to west orientation as opposed to north/south and they just don't move through. the good news is right now most of the showers and storms are peeling to the north of us from ohio directly into pennsylvania. later on tonight we could see a shower or thunderstorm primarily north of town. still 80 in rockville, 80 in great falls, 79 in fairfax, 81 in arlington, 83 in college park and 80 in bowie. so the front will hang around for a while, storms mainly north tonight, stays mild. a shower or storm possible tomorrow with a front still to the north but still in our proximity and showers linger on friday because the front is still going to play cat and mouse with us. now we'll put the futurecast into motion. by 10:00, 11:00, we could see a couple showers, maybe a thunderstorm roll through, a little heavier activity in yellow and orange. then after that we get into the morning hours thursday. you'll need your sunglasses s
-9. they wrap up the 4-game series tonight. the lions visiting san francisco on sunday night football. detroit's down a point in the first when matthew stafford's wobbly pass over the middle is intercepted by dashon goldson... that led to a touchdown. lions still down in the fourth when alex smith rolls out and finds vernon davis for his second score of the day. the lions lose 27-19. the vikings also lost, so every team in the nfc north is 1-1. the nhl is in the second day of a lock-out, and no formal talks are planned to reach a new agreement. players are now free to sign with other leagues, and the nhl could announce the cancellation of games as early as this week. the blackhawks have already alerted season ticket holders they will get refunds if games are cancelled. this is the league's fourth work stoppage since 1992. that's a look at sports. your live illinois lottery drawing is next ... good afternoon. here are the winning pick three numbers:356 here are the winning pick four numbers: 2 6 6 8 the power ball jackpot is now at $149 million. @Ñ 0úkñÑú?p@kúwúz0(ú?(> né'húç@@o@o
keynote address by a latino, the antonio tx, julian castro. >> when detroit was in trouble, the autoaved industry and 1 million jobs. seven presidents before him try health care to all americans. president obama got it done. >> there was a tribute to edward kennedy and a message from carter >>sident jimmy . with all that remains to be done evidence the overwhelming, president obama america.ader for >> the dnc festivities are just getting started. wednesday night bill clinton address the delegates. obama will accept the nomination. on nomination on thursday. we will have reports week.hout the romney will face competition in virginia. the state board of elections as a former congressman virgil appear in the as ther ballot constitution party nominee. keeplicans tried to help off the ballot because of fears of the could take votes away from romney. the republicans are hard at work. paul ryan spent tuesday campaigning in iowa. romney continue to prepare for upcoming debate with president obama. maryland state highway crews roadsying to make their safer for drivers. today they will start remov
down here. >> speak a little slower and a little louder. >> i'm from detroit, michigan. my question is for anyone that wants to address this question. you kind of spoke about the consistency of just african americans being active in the political process of things of that nature and we make that almost sound like an issue of our generation when that's an issue of every generation. iment to know besides just saying how active we aren't in the process, how can we kind of keep people active all year round? >> well, what we've done actively, coming out of -- >> hold on a second. >> we recently had a conference called nacep. i forget the acronym but for student leaders and we had about 35 and we came together and built a coalition. and we now have a hbc unified registration drive. working together to get all the campuses registered. the thing about it is we are doing this in concert working under the radar so we haven't done press releases and talked to big news organizations because we're not interested in having the publicity. we're interested in getting the job done. there's some grea
workers in detroit and toledo who feared they would never build a another a american car. today they can not rebuild them fast enough because we reinvented an auto industry that is back on top of the world. [cheers] i have worked with business leaders who are bringing jobs back to a america not because our workers make less pay but because we make better products. because we work harder and smarter than anybody else. i signed trade agreements that are helping companies sell more goods to millions of customers. goods stamped with three proud words "made in america." [cheers] [ crowd chanting "usa!"] after a decade of decline, this country created over half of a million of manufacturing jobs in the last two and a half years. now you have a choice. we can get more tax breaks to corporations to ship jobs overseas or reconsider rewarding companies that create new jobs and train new workers here in the united states of america. [cheers and applause] we can help small businesses, double their exports. if we choose this path we can create 1 million new manufacturing jobs in the next four years.
virginia was traveling to detroit. officials say he had a magazine clip with ammunition in it. the tsa found the gun during an x-ray of the man's carry on bag and confiscated it and cited him for violating a state weapons law but the man did make his scheduled flight to detroit. >>> prepare yourself for another weekend of delays on metro. track work is impacting four of the system's five lines. only one station is closed, the green belt station on the green line. but there is single tracking on two sections of the red line as well as between vienna and west falls church on the orange line and between stadium armory and morgan boulevard on the blue line. all of this work should be done by monday morning. >>> the time right now 9:37. still to come on news 4 today, why you may have to wait longer than you thought before you get your new iphone 5 in the mail. >>> plus, making a winning hand out of the cards they were dealt. the local startup that's cashing in, next. >>> you're watching news 4 today. the weekend edition. remember, we're always online. connect with us. just search for at new
. in places like detroit, more than only 3% are proficient. roughly two years ago i stumbled on the work of jeffrey. i was blown away to see that after, those who are lottery then, after four years, there was an achievement gap in math to apply for the lottery and the average licensing and all of your city. i have to say this on c-span just in case she is watching. one christmas i was alone in cambridge, massachusetts, and i was feeling the holiday blues and i wanted to make my grandmother's coconut cake. and she said oh, it's really simple. you start with two cups of sugar, you boil it. and i said, dan? and she gave me directions that sounded like -- i went to my grandmother's house around thanksgiving and i just annoyed her in the kitchen. but she would grab the flour with her hands and i would put up underneath. and i would sprinkle the flour in and i backed out the recipe. again, it annoyed her, but i had a recipe that i can now give my children and grandchildren. we spent two years trying to do something like that with charter schools. the average charter school is no different than
while still a junior at detroit's college for creative studies. her first attempt was a heavy 20 pound coat that took 80 hours to make and according to scott, an epic failure. >> i was like the kid with the noodle picture that came up to them like mom, don't you love what i made and they're looking at me like oh, you did such a good job, but it looks like a bodybag. that was their general sentiment after. i'm like okay, well, back to the drawing board. >> scott kept at it and soon she found a supporter in an unlikely place. general motors. john bradburn manages gm's waste reduction. he heard about scott's idea and realized that a special sound absorbent insulating material used in door cavities and other parts of gm's chevrolet malibu would be perfect for her coats. >> i said what do you think of this material. i don't even think i introduced myself. but she looked at it, said this is neat, this is good. >> now gm's leftover auto scraps are helping scott keep hundreds of homeless men and women warm this winter. not only that, scott has hired eight homeless women to make the coats, a mo
products without exporting more jobs. you will remember my opponent wants -- would have led detroit go bankrupt. >[jeering] >> don't boo. >> vote. >> we sent to much is at stake. we rebuild the dying auto industry and we put it on top of the world. that is what we want to do for manufacturing across the board. we will create 500,000 new man -- new manufacturing jobs. incentives to companies that are right here in milwaukee. that is how we move forward. companies and small businesses double their exports. we can create 1 million new manufacturing jobs the next four years. but it requires you to vote. it requires all of us to do our part. i want us to control our own energy. after 30 years of not doing anything, we raised fuel standards that means over the next decade your cars and trucks will go twice as far on a gallon of gas. [applause] we have doubled the amount of renewable energy we generate and thousands of americans have jobs developing wind turbines, long-lasting batteries. so, my opponent, he wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan. >> boo. >> don't boo. >> vote. >
opponent wanted to let the jury go bankrupt. -- wanted to -- my opponent wanted to let detroit to go bankrupt. we put it back on top of the world. [applause] what we did for autos, we want to do for manufacturing across the board. we want to create more than half a million new manufacturing jobs. now, we have to stop giving tax breaks to companies shipping jobs overseas. let's give them to companies at vesting rights here in milwaukee. that is how we move forward. big companies and small businesses double their exports. we can create 1 million a new manufacturing jobs in four years. it requires all of us to do our part. i want us to control our own energy. after 30 years of not doing anything, we raised fuel standards so that by the middle of the next decade, your car will go twice as far on a gallon of gas. we have doubled the amount of renewable energy we are generating. thousands of americans have jobs building wind turbines. we are less dependent on foreign oil than at any time the past two decades. my opponent wants to let the oil companies rights to the energy plan. don't boo.
. >> remember people wanting detroit to go bankrupt. don't boo. vote. who wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan? [ booing ] >> don't boo. i'm asking you for your vote. >> reporter: some 37 million americans are eligible to vote but are not registered according to census figures, to registering people and educating them about how to vote is central to both campaigns here in wisconsin and other states where votes could be very close. >> does never need information on how to vote or need an absentee ballot. >> when you have this many people in one place, it makes registered folks a lot easier. >> reporter: that ease is also part of the appeal for voters. >> i picked up a form at the library last week. i hadn't actually done it. this is great to get it done right now. >> we've got one of the best ground games here in virginia. we registered and made contact with over 300,000 people just in the last week. 150,000 just last weekend alone. >> hi, is your voter registration up to date. >> reporter: a few days later we caught up with obama supporters in herndon, west virginia, registerin
the city is not doing, something the landlord is not doing. i see this in detroit, where i see grandmothers refusing to leave their homes, lying down in the offices of their mortgage companies, saying i am not leaving. people in chatanooga say they are not leaving this public housing unit. we are seeing this in chicago with the teachers' strike. that is one of the hotbeds of direct action. we see incredible work by the chicago anti eviction campaign, other homeless communities, saying we do not recognize the bank's ownership of these vacant houses. bank of america cannot just slap a sign on behalf of the homes in our neighborhood and say you cannot go in, where more and more people are being displaced by the capitalist system. they are going in and taking these places over, creating not just a place to live, but we're creating something that should not be owned by the bank's right now. >> sarah, did you know you're part of a larger movement, as you were organizing a rent strike in your building? >> organizing a rent strike in the building, it was not easy, knocking on every one store. -- ev
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